Liberty Bank Foundation
We keep the community in mind with everything we do. Not just with the products and services we offer, but in the ways we give back.
All of our grantmaking is done through the Liberty Bank Foundation, established in 1997 as an extension of Liberty Bank’s commitment to our communities. We feel that, as bankers, we have a responsibility not only to provide excellent financial products and services, but also to make our communities better places to live and work.
Through our Foundation, we support nonprofit organizations that our neighbors depend on to build strong families and communities.
Need a hand? We have volunteers!
Just ask. Let us know what kind of help your nonprofit, school, or civic group might need and we’ll see how we can work together. If your group is a nonprofit and based in a town Liberty Bank serves, we’ll be glad to make your volunteer opportunity known to our employees. Call us at 860-638-2961 and let us know:
- Type of project or event
- Time, date, location
- Number of volunteers needed
- Types of work you need performed
If you seek an individual to serve on your board or committee, or need the assistance of someone with particular skills, we’ll also be happy to seek a Liberty Bank resource for you.
Now accepting nominations:
Willard M. McRae Community Diversity Award
The Willard M. McRae Community Diversity Award will be given to a nonprofit organization that is having a significant impact on achieving equity, social justice, or economic mobility for historically marginalized groups or economically disenfranchised individuals with a vision towards creating more vibrant and inclusive communities. The organization selected to receive the Community Diversity Award will have enhanced the quality of life of individuals by raising awareness that diversity, equity, inclusion, and racial justice are sources of strength in our communities.
The organization selected to receive the Willard M. McRae Community Diversity Award will receive a $10,000 donation from the Liberty Bank Foundation.
Nominations will close Monday, October 30, 2023.
Granted to local nonprofits in 2022
Employee volunteer hours in 2022
We truly value our partnership with The Liberty Bank Foundation. Our mission is to build sustainable communities of hope and opportunity throughout all of Hartford and now Tolland County. And with our partners like The Liberty Bank Foundation, our four recently built “zero energy” homes will be the first of many in the years to come.
- Jim Beland, COO, Habitat for Humanity of North Central Connecticut